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which is to say when obama was overheard saying back in 2008, these people that claim to their guns and religion because they don't have anything else. it was the secularist idea that you don't have real freedom. you don't have, you are not in fulfilling practices so you have your religion. that secularist idea lines up with a well-functioning progressive notion of what a prisoners which is essentially affect them of the system which is someone born into the wrong body usually black or brown and mail and in the wrong circumstances often urban poverty and the dye is cast in that is what i prisoners. that is what i think probably my more sympathetic readers would bring to the text. so then religion becomes this kind of lamentable condition. the i say can't get that bad man as far as the religion goes they can possibly mean it that the poor man is they mean it but they probably shouldn't trade these are judgments that i don't claim to stand outside of them. especially the poor man as a progressive who sees himself largely as a product of his own circumstances. these are judgments that
is to say when obama was overheard saying in 2008 people that cling on to their guns and religion because they don't have anything else. but it's a kind of secular idea that you don't have a real freedom. you don't have -- you are not engaged in fulfilling the profits but you have your religion. so that idea lines up with a kind of well-intentioned progressive notion of what a prisoner is, which is essentially a victim of the system which is someone that is born into the wrong body, usually black and brown and mail and to the wrong circumstances often urban poverty. and the dice is cast and that is what a prisoner is. i think probably my more sympathetic leaders bring to the text when they think about who these men are and so then religion becomes a kind of lamented condition. so the bad man is as far as their religion goes they can't possibly mean that. but the poor man they mean it but they probably shouldn't and these are judgments i don't claim to stand outside of them. especially the poor man as a progressive who sees himself largely as a product of his own circumstances. these are j
is accredited delivering the latino vote to obama white house but has been arrested twice for protesting outside the white house. >> host: that is a quick look at some of the books coming out this fall from norton publishing. >> want to see the loss of journalism. i don't want to see, it is frustrating to see state and local journalism not covered because the national journalism is not as good if you don't have the local journalism. of lot of what i do is watching, reading local and state stories what is happening at that level how that bubbles up to the national level. if they're not people on the ground doing that sort of work, i think national journalismpe
is kind of, i call in the religious subject of the secularists imagination, which is to say, wind obama was overheard saying back in 2008, these people to cling to the guns and religion because they don't have anything else. so this kind of secularist idea that you don't have real freedom, you don't have, you're not engaged in a fulfilling practices so you have your religion. so the secularists idea lines up with the kind of well-intentioned progressive notion of what a prisoner is, which is essentially a victim of the system, which is someone born into the wrong body, usually black, brown and mail into the wrong circumstances, often urban poverty. and the die is cast and that's what a prisoner is. that's what i think probably my more sympathetic readers, more of my sympathetic ritual bring to the text when i think about who these men are. so then religion becomes this kind of mental -- so the bad that i say, the batman is a source the religion goes they can't possibly mean it. but the poor man, they mean it but they probably shouldn't. it would be, and these are judgments that i don't
of america. and i think whoever lives in net should be. >> season to from edith roosevelt to michelle obama life monday including calls, facebook comments and tweets. monday night we will conclude the encore presentation of season one of the series with first lady ida mckinley. >> george sat down at freedom fest in las vegas to discuss his most recent book "knowledge and power" which he describes how capitalism produces wealth and benefits of society spitting it starts now one book tv. >> you are watching book tv on c-span2. we are on location at freedom fest which is a gathering of libertarians and joining us now is best-selling author and economist george gilder whose book is knowledge and power the information theory of capitalism and how that is revolutionizing our world. how many books have you now written? ..
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